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  1. Baltimore, known for crime and controversial police videos, draws praise after overnight strike statues

    Baltimore’s Confederate monuments exited swiftly this week, but they might have left something behind: an image, however temporary it might turn out to be, of a city that got it done. “Ain’t nobody got time for this white supremacist foolishness,” began a gleeful account by the team at the website…
  2. Hogan announces new statewide development plan at Maryland Association of Counties conference

    Gov. Larry Hogan announced a new effort Saturday for a statewide plan to guide growth and development across Maryland. The plan, Hogan said, will “finally put local planning authority back in the hands of local government, where it belongs.” Speaking at the close of the Maryland Association of…
  3. Corrogan Vaughn, Republican congressional candidate in Maryland, dies

    Corrogan R. Vaughn, a Republican from Baltimore and congressional candidate, has died. He was 51. Vaughn was the Republican nominee for Maryland’s 7th Congressional District in 2016 and 2014, according to the State Board of Elections website. However, he was defeated by incumbent Democrat E…
  4. Hogan taking heat for Taney statue removal

    Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to remove a controversial Confederate-era statue from the State House grounds has prompted a backlash within some facets of his Republican base. The Facebook comments on the social-media-savvy governor’s page came fast and furious this week, as one-time supporters tur…